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Our mission

The Good Governance Institute exists to help create a fairer, better world. Our part in this is to support those who run the organisations that will effect how humanity uses resources, cares for the sick, educates future generations, develops our professionals, creates wealth, nurtures sporting excellence, inspires through the arts, communicates the news, ensures all have decent homes, transports people and goods, administers justice and the law, designs and introduces new technologies, produces and sells the food we eat – in short, all aspects of being human.

We work to make sure that organisations are run by the most talented, skilled and ethical leaders possible and work to build fair systems that consider all, use evidence, are guided by ethics and thereby take the best decisions.

Good governance of all organisations, from the smallest charity to the greatest public institution, benefits society as a whole. It enables organisations to play their part in building a sustainable, better future for all.

The Good Governance Institute is committed to develop and promote the Good Governance Body of Knowledge, working internationally to identify and spread good governance practice.

Taking our mission forward and our organisational status

The Good Governance Institute is dedicated to pushing forward best practice in governance. Our roots are from within the UK NHS, but GGI has been working independently since 2009. Our focus has developed from our early beginnings in healthcare into other sectors such as higher education, the third sector, commercial organisations, housing associations, the arts, sports and finance etc and we are increasingly building our work internationally too. The Institute plays a leading part in various international networks as well as promoting our work through international publications and meetings.

The Good Governance Institute is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and registered in the EU (Republic of Ireland) The Institute is supported by GGI Development and Research LLP and GGI Limited, private organisations set up to work on paid contracts of work within the ethos of the Institute and to promote the work of the Institute internationally. GGI Development and Research LLP and GGI Limited’s commercial support to the Institute ensure that all GGI’s knowledge management publications are freely available to all, and that apart from selected events such as the annual Festival of Governance our events are free to participants. The Institute and GGI Development and Research LLP and GGI Limited have agreed an ethical framework and programme of support for commercial working. GGI Development and Research LLP and GGI Limited take the Institute’s work and name forward, applying the Institute’s governance approach in their work with clients. GGI Development and Research LLP and GGI Limited’s staff all have assigned roles within the Institute.

Company details: 

Good Governance Institute

Company number 590301
Registered in the Republic of Ireland

Registered office:
The Black Church
St. Mary’s Place
Dublin 7 D07 P4AX
Republic of Ireland

 

GGI Development and Research LLP

Company number C384196
Registered in England and Wales

Registered office:
Old Horsmans
Sedlescombe
East Sussex TN33 0RL

The partners of GGI Development and Research LLP are Andrew Corbett-Nolan, Jaco Marais, GGI Limited, Michael Wood, David Goldberg, David Cockayne and Kate Cockayne. The designated partners of GGI Development and Research are Andrew Corbett-Nolan, GGI Limited and David Cockayne. 

 

GGI Limited
Company number 06836117
Registered in England and Wales

Registered office:
Old Horsmans
Sedlescombe
East Sussex TN33 0RL

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